Portugal often gets the short end of the stick when it come to travel in Western Europe, which is great for the indie traveler. Jessica Benavides Canepa shows you how you can explore this amazing country for under $50 per day.
Bosnia and Herzegovina was once in the forefront of people’s minds for quite tragic reasons, however they have put that in the past, and now travelers are beginning to realize that this country has tons of potential. Its incredible mountain landscapes make for great outdoor adventures, and its ancient cultures have created some of the most impressive temples and architecture in Europe.
We talk a lot about budget destinations for a long-term or RTW trip, and Europe always seems to get a raw deal. But if you're planning an RTW trip, don't automatically leave Europe off the list. Here are 11 cities in 5 countries where it's still possible to travel inexpensively.
Northern Europe is one of the most fascinating regions in the world with its vast, raw landscapes, amazing architecture, and sophisticated cities. Brooke Thio shares essential information to help you plan your trip around Scandinavia and its neighbors.
In these days of mass tourism, the Czech Republic can be more expensive than its reputation suggests, but it doesn't have to be. John Guzdek gives you a guide to exploring and indulging yourself for just $45 per day.
A land of passion, food, art, and music, where the population is dedicated to living the good life and appreciating every moment of it, you will never be disappointed whether you are visiting the bustling metropolitans of Barcelona or Madrid, or escaping to the high mountains for a little R&R.
We’ve been focusing on travel in Europe this month on BootsnAll, and now is the perfect time to start planning your getaway! Whether it’s a short week or two jaunt through one of the world’s top travel destinations or as part of a longer, round the world trip, Europe is a great addition to any [...]
Every year Lisbon gets visited by thousands of people, and the numbers keep increasing. It is an amazing city but like all, it has its share of tourist traps. Filipa Chatillon calls Lisbon home. Here are her tips on how to avoid these traps, and what to do instead.
Jo Fitzsimons is used to hearing from travelers how bad her home country cuisine is but she doesn't accept that British food deserves the bad stereotypes. She explains that good British food is on the menu together with tips on how and where to find it.